Flt/Lt John Dundas, having already notched up eleven victories to his name during the Battle of Britain 1940, is viewed out on the last patrol of the day off the Isle of Wight. In a few moments he will be heading back to his base at Middle Wallop. Days later, John Dundas shot down the then leading German air-ace, Major Helmut Wick. Sadly Dundas, in turn, lost his life to Wick's wingman. He had fought with bravery but like so many of 'the few' he paid the ultimate price, fighting for our freedom.
Primary edition prints are signed by a Spitfire pilot, and Artist Proofs and Remarques are signed by two pilots (from the list below).